Dr Milad Armin

School of Engineering

I am Lecturer in Marine and Offshore Engineering, and a member of Liverpool Logistics, Offshore and Marine (LOOM) research centre. My expertise is in the field of fluid-structure interaction using experimental and numerical (CFD) simulations. It is my mission to contribute to and promote CO2 emission reduction in the ocean environment. To this end, I am involved in several research projects in drag reduction technologies for merchant vessels and renewable energy technologies.

In my current role, I deliver Offshore Engineering module at the postgraduate level, Ship Construction and Marine Engineering and Naval Architecture to undergraduates. In addition to my teaching duties, I am a co-investigator in European Interreg project ArcWind, which is investigating the development of floating offshore wind turbines for France, Portugal and the UK. Currently, I am conducting two research projects which are pursuing to diminish merchant vessels' water resistance trough reducing skin friction. I am also experienced in upstream and downstream sectors of the oil and gas industry which provides me with a firm understanding of offshore and marine industries.

Currently, I am looking for motivated candidates to undertake PhD studies in:

• Interaction between Offshore wind turbines and Crew Transfer Vessels (CTV)
• Dynamics of floating structures
• Hydrodynamics of floating structures
• Drag reduction through alteration of boundary layer

A full scholarship is available for home and EU students, and partial funding for exceptional overseas candidates.

Degrees

2016, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom, PhD Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
2012, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom, MSc Offshore Floating Systems

Academic appointments

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Marine and Offshore Engineering, Maritime and Mechanical Engineering, Liverpool John Moores University, 2017 - present

Journal article

Loughney S, Wang J, Bashir M, Armin M, Yang Y. 2021. Development and application of a multiple-attribute decision-analysis methodology for site selection of floating offshore wind farms on the UK Continental Shelf Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments, 47 :101440-101440 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Armin M, Day S, Karimirad M, Khorasanchi M. 2021. On the development of a nonlinear time-domain numerical method for describing vortex-induced vibration and wake interference of two cylinders using experimental results Nonlinear Dynamics, 104 :3517-3531 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Bashir M. 2020. Wind-Wave Coupling Effects on the Fatigue Damage of Tendons for a 10 MW Multi-Body Floating Wind Turbine Ocean Engineering, 217 DOI Author Url Public Url

Armin M, Khorasanchi M, Day S. 2018. Wake interference of two identical oscillating cylinders in tandem: An experimental study Ocean Engineering, 166 :311-323 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Chapters

Loughney S, Bashir M, Wang J, Armin M. 2020. Application of a Multiple-Attribute Decision-Analysis methodology for site selection of floating offshore wind farms off the West coast of Ireland Developments in Renewable Energies Offshore Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Renewable Energies Offshore (RENEW 2020, 12 - 15 October 2020, Lisbon, Portugal) Proceedings in Marine Technology and Ocean Engineering 9780367681319

Conference publication

Armin M, Srinil N. 2013. WAKE-INDUCED TRANSVERSE VIBRATION OF TWO INTERFERING CYLINDERS IN TANDEM ARRANGEMENT: MODELLING AND ANALYSIS PROCEEDINGS OF THE ASME 32ND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON OCEAN, OFFSHORE AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING - 2013 - VOL 7, 32nd ASME International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering DOI Author Url

Tamimi V, Armin M, Shahvaghar Asl S, Omid Naeeni ST, Zeinoddini M. FIV ENERGY HARVESTIN G FROM SHARP EDGE OS CILLATORS OMAE2019, Proceedings of the ASME 2019 38th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering DOI Author Url

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